The advance reader copies of Confluence arrived on Thursday. These are books but without the final proof read. They have typos. Hopefully not too many.
(I opened the book to a random page and the first thing I saw was a comma that shouldn’t be there. I hope we caught that one in the final proof. )
Beautiful white books with coloured covers. We were expecting plain green covers, as that’s what we’d had for the other two books. Look at them. Aren’t they great?
We’re giving a book away.
If you want to win, comment on this blog post. (i.e. Leave a Reply.)
If you’re reading this through Goodreads or Amazon or Facebook or any other feed, please note that you must come to the blog site to comment. Click on this link to get here. (We’re asking you to come to the blog because last time it was hard to be sure that everyone’s comments got counted. Here they’re all in one place.)
Also, your comment must be on this blog post. Comments on other posts won’t count.
There are no location restrictions. We’ll send the book anywhere in the world.
Competition is open until next Sunday’s blog post (10am Australian Eastern Standard time on Sunday 2 October).
Once the competition closes, we’ll use the wholly scientific method of putting all names into a hat (or in our case it, the big aluminium mixing bowl) and we’ll draw a name out.
So if you want to read Confluence early, comment here.
We ended up choosing three names.
O. Jimenez, Kristine Friday Ahlskog and trishhenry–we’ll be in touch soon.